Is There A Ready-Made Replacement To Takeover At Man United?

With speculation mounting that David Moyes miserable tenure at Manchester United is about to come to an abrupt end.┬áThe question is, who can come in and replace Moyes and turn things around at Old Trafford? No doubt last nights Champions League win has bought the Scotsman some more time but should he suffer from a […]

Putting Your Money On Football

I have grown up with betting playing a big part in my life. My grandfather is a retired bookmaker. He had his own shop and had bookie pitches all over race courses and dog tacks throughout Scotland and Jersey. He was very well known in the betting world. At one time he counted Sir Alex […]

What I Hate About Modern Football

I have quite a few pet hates when it comes to football in the present day. For example I can’t stand seeing players showing refs imaginary cards, I detest highly paid footballers moaning about playing too many games and I really dislike the Ray Winstone Bet365 adverts that seem to ruin every halftime broadcast. I’m […]

Interview: Gibraltar FA Communications Manager

From the moment the qualifying draw for EURO 2016 was announced one team in Scotland’s Group D stood out for me. It wasn’t our Celtic cousins Ireland or the great German national side. Nope it was new boys Gibraltar that caught my eye. How exciting to have a side in your group that are just […]

Why Sherwood Hasn’t Earned His Spurs!

It’s funny when you see certain newspapers back Tim Sherwood. Those very same publications openly criticised Andre Villas-Boas (AVB) and hounded the Portuguese coach out of White Hart Lane. The journalists will blame almost everything on the ex-manager and hope that Sherwood is given time to sort out all the problems. But its hard to […]

Why Sol Campbell Wasn’t A Suitable Captain For England

Sol Campbell has released a book. When writing an autobiography you need a few juicy stories that will make newspaper headlines. That added publicity gains your product more attention. Its simple but effective PR. For Campbell he has decided that the fact he was never made permanent England captain was his juicy story. That is […]

Celtic’s Saviour Fergus McCann

Twenty years ago this month was a huge time in Celtic’s history. The club were in the middle of a financial mess that could have led to its ruin. According to many commentators and those in the know, Celtic football club were on the verge of going into administration or perhaps liquidation. Then out of […]